Join Dr. Caroline Buzanko for these upcoming events:
Upcoming events will be announced soon. Check back for updates!
ADHD – What Now?
Growing a Happy and Healthy Family When Your Child Has ADHD FREE Virtual Event
Date: Airs January 18-28, 2021
Time: Virtual Event
Join Dr. Caroline and 19 other expert professionals for this upcoming free virtual event designed by Veronica Hunter, the mother to an ADHD child. Experts will cover a range of issues, challenges, and strategies for parents and families:
- Section 1: Jan 18 & 19: Understanding ADHD
- Section 2: Jan 20 – 22: Treatment Options
- Section 3: Jan 23 & 24: Parent Success Skills
- Section 4: Jan 25 – 28: Working Together (strategies for families)
New speaker interviews will be aired each day. Tune in on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, when I’ll be talking about: Demystifying ADHD & How to Solve Frequent Conflicts.
Let’s Talk Hope Canada
A Nationwide Conversation on Mental Health on Bell Let’s Talk Day Virtual Event
When: Thursday, January 28, 2021
Where: Virtual Event
Time: 9:30am – 1:30pm MST
Cost: By Donation (Suggested is $10-$30 per person)
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Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Hosted by Alberta Health Services Community Education Services, this free webinar will help participants understand the signs of learning difficulties and different types of disabilities. While school can be a place of excitement for some students who look forward to seeing their friends and learning new things, school can be a place of tremendous anxiety and frustration for others. When kids struggle in school, their self-esteem can be negatively affected. Many of these students start to experience stress, anxiety, frustration, and even anger that results in acting out behaviours that can disrupt their relationships and long-term success if not supported. Learn what you can do to help kids be successful at school.
Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Hosted by Alberta Health Services Community Education Services, this free webinar will promote parent and teachers’ understanding of anxiety, how it shows up, and how to tell the difference from normal worries and anxiety. Participants will also learn how typical strategies may unwittingly worsen kids’ worries and associated behaviours, along with the key skills needed to successfully manage their anxiety while building courage, confidence, and resilience.